Speaking on the BBC1's The Andrew Marr Show, David Cameron said that Britain is not alone in facing difficult economic challenges and that the Government is doing all it can to help get Britain out of recession.
We have some serious programmes to address long-term employment and youth unemployment but you know what needs to happen if we stand back and look at the British economy we need a rebalancing.
We need a bigger private sector, growth more evenly around the country. Not so reliant on just finance but we need more manufacturing, export, production, high-tech industries.
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